API Support

Is Kace going to support an API functionality anytime soon?  We need it for our Service Desk to feed how many tickets are being worked on and other situations like that.

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  • This doesn't directly answer your question but one thing I've done to get around this is query the database. If you're tickets are only in an open status while they're actively being worked on then this works. This means that all your techs change status to open while they're working and then set it to stalled (ex: waiting on user) when they are not working on it. Then whatever program you create could re-query every minute or so and always have an up-to-date view of the number of active tickets.

    I've done the same thing to get patch statistics and device info as well. - getElementById 4 years ago

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Posted by: Nico_K 4 years ago
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Well, the appliance supports a fully featured API, but what you want is a different thing and it is built in since years:
1. reporting (built in, build your own reports and run them or send them regulary to anyone you like)
2. database access: https://support.quest.com/kb/114992
3. custom ticket rules (do whatever you want with your tickets, there are people who run their SD with this feature completely different than it is meant)

  • the API documentation can be found here:
    http://support-public.cfm.quest.com/39143_K1000_7.0_API_Reference_en-US.pdf - Nico_K 4 years ago

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